Paperless Change of Value Notices

The Assessor’s Office now offers paperless electronic change of value notices. Going paperless can save time and help the environment. In addition, it also reduces postage costs for the Assessor’s Office.

How to Get Started

On your valuation change notice there will be an authorization code on the upper right side. It will look similar to the example below:

ENoticesOnline authorization code example

Next, navigate to the eNoticesOnline website located here:

On top right side of the eNoticesOnline website click on the link to “Create New Account”.

eNoticesOnline create new account location

Then fill in the user registration with the required information.

eNoticesOnline user registration fields

In the additional information section you’ll need to accept the terms of service and input the authorization code from your valuation change notice.

eNoticesOnline additional registration information

Lastly, you need to complete the prove you are human challenge and click the register button.

eNoticesOnline submit registration button

Already Registered?

If you have already registered to receive e-notices then when a new valuation change notice is prepared by our office you will receive an email to the email address that is listed when you initially registered. To view the notice, you will need to login to your account on the eNoticesOnline website.

First, you’ll want to navigate to the eNoticesOnline website here:

Then, click the “Member Login” button near the top left of the webpage

eNoticesOnline member login button

Enter in your login details. If you are not able to remember your login details you can use the “Forgot your password?” or “Forgot your username?” links.

eNoticesOnline login details screen

Once you have logged in you can then click on the Whatcom WA Assessor folder and then on the year for the notice you would like to view.

eNoticesOnline view e-notices


The Assessor’s Office can answer some questions about e-notices. You can contact us by calling 360-778-5050 or emailing

For more complicated questions, and some FAQs about the e-notice process you can access the eNoticesOnline help portal here: